South African, born 1955
Drawing from the series Preparing the Flute. Design for backdrop for the opera The Magic Flute
7 Fragments for Georges Méliès, Installation of seven film fragments: Invisible Mending; Moveable Assets; Autodidact; Feats of Prestidigitation; Tabula Rasa I; Tabula Rasa II; and Balancing Act
Journey to the Moon
Untitled from Receiver
Drawing from Stereoscope
Seated Couple (Back to Back)
Parkett no. 63
Medusa (for Parkett no. 63)
Typewriter II from Typewriter
Felix in Exile
History of the Main Complaint
Man/Beast from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Shower from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Caged Man from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Dancing Lady from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Pylon Lady from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Telephone Lady from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Wrapped Man from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Caged Lady from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Umbrella from Zeno at 4 A.M.
Untitled (Man with Megaphone Cluster)
Untitled (Man with Megaphone)
Preparing the Flute
Typewriter IV from Typewriter
Typewriter VIII from Typewriter
Typewriter IX from Typewriter
Taking in the Landscape from Little Morals
Preparing for the Day from Little Morals
Practical Considerations from Little Morals
Procession of the Delegates from Little Morals
Learning the Flute
Negotiations Begin from Little Morals
Anti-Waste from Little Morals
Growing Old from Little Morals
Reserve Army from Little Morals
Drawing from Zeno Writing
Trieste Ledger Series
Memento Mori from Untitled
Larder from Untitled
Melancholia from Untitled
A Cat in the Meat Trade from Untitled
Still Life from Untitled
Étant Donnés from Untitled
The Battle Between Yes and No
Day for Night
Act I Scene 2 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act II Scene I from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act II Scene 5 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act III Scene 4 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act III Scene 9 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act IV Scene I from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act IV Scene 7 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Act V Scene 4 from Ubu Tells the Truth
Magic Flute: Dove, state VI
Magic Flute: Dove, state VII
Untitled (Rhino II)
Copper Notes, State 0
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